101 Facts... Roman Empire! Books for Kids. by IP FactlyIP Factly presents... 101 Facts… Roman Empire!
Rome for Kids - Amazing facts, incredible images and super videos of this incredible empire.
Roman Empire books - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to discover more about Rome - the origins, society, superstitions, gladiators and army.
This Roman Empire book for children mixes facts, stunning photos and even Videos to encourage and bolster independent reading.
Accompanying webpage with video clips
This book provides fact after fact for children to tell family and friends, and even has an accompanying webpage with video clips giving a visual insight into Roman life.
The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills (early kindle models dont support video but the safe website link is given).
Origins of the Word “Rome”
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10 Fun Facts about Ancient Rome for Kids (plus cool places to visit)
If you are headed to Rome with children , you might think it difficult to keep their attentions on the wonders of Ancient Rome. But sometimes those Ancient Romans did some strange things that your kids might find strange and interesting too. The two twin brothers were named Romulus and Remus and were abandoned soon after their birth. They were discovered by a she-wolf on the banks of the Tiber, who took them in and fed them. Eventually the boys grew up to found a city.
2) By AD the Roman Empire included the whole of Italy, all the lands around the 3) Roman legend says that Romulus had a twin brother called Remus.
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Discover the glory of Ancient Rome…
Neither did the greatest power of the ancient world fall in one swift cataclysm as some past historians believed. - There is a surviving fantasy novel written in the 2nd century AD in Roman Syria that features explorers flying to the moon , the first encounter with aliens, the interplanetary war between imperialistic celestial kingdoms, and the discovery of a continent across the ocean.
Hello, what's your name? My Profile. Life expectancy in Ancient Rome was from 20 to 30 years. The Roman Empire was not the largest empire in history. It was only the 28th largest. The wars between Romans and Persians lasted about years , the longest conflict in human history. Ancient Romans celebrated "Saturnalia", a festival in which slaves and their masters would switch places.